The Lost Highway Motorcycle Show & Concert, taking place May 19-21 at Poconos Park, has just released its headlining performer along with other names to appear. Lynyrd Skynyrd will be at the amphitheater Friday, May 19, along with Southern rockers The Marshall Tucker Band. Throughout the day, more bands will be performing, such as Rick Monroe & the Hitmen, The Jess Zimmerman Band, and Seth Enslow.
The first Lost Highway Motorcycle Show & Concert took place in 2015 in Southern California. This year, the East Coast gets a turn. Purchased by the company From the Roots in early 2022, Poconos Park is a 200-plus-acre park located in Pennsylvania. The amphitheater will provide party-goers plenty of room to catch the bands, and there will be ample space for shows, games, and activities.
Lost Highway will feature charity rides from Pocono Mountain Harley-Davidson, motorcycle giveaways, bike games, a cornhole tournament, line dancing in the Party Tent, and more. Two motorcycle shows will also be taking place: the Deadbeat Custom Clash Ride-in Motorcycle Show (Chopper, FXR/Dyna, Sportster, Bagger, and Softail) and the Speed-Kings Cycle Showcase (exhibiting the best bikes from custom builders).
There will be no shortage of things to get into and check out at the show, and tickets start at $19.99. We expect more musical performers to be announced soon, including Saturday’s headliner, so check back for more information leading up to the event. Visit the Lost Highway website for ticket prices and a schedule of events, and watch the video below for a taste of the experience.